Big lunch was a big success

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Big lunch was a big success

The Big Lunch held by people living in Cornelly Close, Llandaff North, was a huge success. The idea of communities coming together for lunch came from Tim Smit, founder of the Eden project in Cornwall. The Big Lunch takes place on the first Sunday of June and is an opportunity for “community, friendship and fun”. People all over the UK take part, and Cornelly Close was a first class example of great community spirit. “Community spirit is really strong in Llandaff North and we were delighted to be invited to Cornelly Close,” said Cllrs Dilwar Ali and Sue White. “We really enjoyed ourselves.” “It was fantastic,” said Assembly member Julie Morgan. “There was good food, music, pottery and, most important, good company!” The sun shone for the whole afternoon and people gathered on the green to share lunch and conversation. “It was a chance for friends and neighbours to meet and for people to make new friends,” said Linda Rigby, who helps organiser Sue Huckson. They thanked everybody who helped, and the donors of the draw prizes. Sue and Dilwar said the event was so good they hoped other communities in Llandaff North would follow Cornelly Close’s example and hold Big Lunches next year. “People can take to their streets, gardens and community spaces. Come on and join the millions already doing it!”

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